The Career Services Office is an important resource for our students. Our goal is to educate and empower students in their professional development and to assist them during each phase of the career-search process. Our individualized and proactive approach is geared toward helping students identify and obtain meaningful professional and practical experience that is well suited to their interests and skills. An Ave Maria legal education provides a strong foundation for any number of career goals. We help students prepare for their careers with a commitment to the highest ethical and moral standards by making choices consistent with that commitment.
March Madness Professional Development Series: Students sharpened their resume writing skills during a workshop as part of the Career Services March Madness Professional Development Series.
Dress for Success: Tom Monaghan, the Founder of AMSL, spoke to students about the importance of dress as part of the Career Services March Madness Professional Development Series.
Non-Traditional Legal Careers: Students learned about employment options during a panel presentation on "What Can I Do with a Law Degree?"
Inaugural Non-Traditional Legal Career Information Fair: The Career Services Office held a successful Non-Traditional Legal Career Info Fair, exposing law students and graduates to the employment opportunities available to those who hold a J.D. Presenters represented many areas of employment including academia, corporations, not-for-profit, e-discovery, mediation and more.
Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Panel: Solo/small firm practitioners, all of whom are Ave Maria School of Law alumni, share their experience and insight into opening their own firms with current students and recent graduates.
Solo Practice and Small Firm Panel Presentation: Solo/small firm practitioners, all of whom are Ave Maria School of Law alumni, share their experience and insight into opening their own firms with current students and recent graduates.
Second Annual Government and Public Interest Fair: Attorneys from local, state and federal agencies and organizations visited Ave Maria School of Law to participate in our information fair and speak to students about opportunities in government and public interest.
Judicial Clerkship Panel: Alumni of Ave Maria School of Law, who serve as Judicial Law Clerks, explained to students the best practices and preparation for obtaining a post-graduate judicial clerkship.
Mock Interviews: Attorneys and judges from Southwest Florida came to the Ave Maria School of Law campus to help AMSL students grow their job interview skills.
Public Interest Meet & Greet Breakfast: Practitioners representing public interest organizations, such as the Thomas More Society, 40 Days for Life, and Vitae Foundation joined Ave Maria School of Law students for breakfast and conversation.